Buddy is an app development software that allows users to build, launch, and deploy their applications through coding. It also enables them to host their apps either via cloud services or in-house deployment. In this article, we cover pricing. Ready to try Buddy? Get a free account.
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Buddy has a free plan and three paid subscription options: Starter ($49/month), Pro (starting at $98/month), and Enterprise (starting at $175/month). The main differences between the plans are the level of customer support and the number of concurrent runs*, as well as the number and size of projects.
*A concurrent run refers to the simultaneous execution of tasks in the program by several users at the same time.
The Play, Starter, and Pro plans are hosted through a cloud server. Meanwhile, Enterprise is an on-premise installation where users can host on their own server, and it can be installed on an OS which supports Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows (coming soon), as well as services like DigitalOcean, Amazon EC2, and Microsoft Azure.
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Check out the list below of some of Buddy’s features:
- One-Click Deployments
- Native Docker Support
- Five-Minute Setup
- Rock-solid Security
- Instant Updates and Backups
- Quality Support and Documentation
What is included in Buddy’s free plan?
Does Buddy offer a free trial?
How is Buddy Enterprise different from Buddy cloud-hosted?
Here is a list of some of Buddy’s popular integrations: